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Importing CBD into Australia


These statements have not been evaluated by
The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA)
part of the Australian Government Department of Health.

Office of Drug Control is part of the Health Products Regulation Group


https://www.tga.gov.au/book-page/11-cannabis


There are 2 separate permissions that need to be obtained in order to import CBD into Australia.
Both of these permissions need to be obtained by an Australia doctor,
as we do not issue import permissions to individuals who are not registered medical practitioners in Australia.

In the first instance you will need to approach an Australian doctor and ask them to obtain the
"Special Access Scheme -Category B approval" on your behalf.
Further information regarding the Special Access Scheme (including the application forms) can be found here:
https://www.tga.gov.au/form/special-access-scheme

If the Australian doctor is successful in obtaining Special Access Scheme - Category B approval,
then they can complete the attached application form for a permit to import the substance.
This form will need to be submitted to DCS@health.gov.au along with a copy of the final Special Access Scheme -
Category B approval issued by the Experimental Products Section.

It is important to note that our office does not provide import permits to individuals who are not licensed medical practitioners.
So the importer of the goods and the name/address on the permit will be in the name of the doctor, not the patient.
This is something your doctor will need to consider before proceeding with the process outlined above.
We will also need specific details surrounding the overseas exporter,
as these details (name, address) will also appear on the import permit generated by our section.

Alternatively you may wish to purchase the CBD oil locally
from one of the importers listed on the lower half of our webpage:
https://www.odc.gov.au/manufacturers-and-suppliers-medicinal-cannabis-products

If you wish to pursue this option,
 then your doctor simply needs to approach the TGA for SAS-B approval

and then purchase it off the local supplier.

 Note: the attached form is only required if you wish to import CBD from overseas.

https://www.odc.gov.au/importers-and-manufacturers...

Regards

Drug Control Section

Phone: (02) 6232 8740
Email: DCS@health.gov.au

Australian Government Department of Health GPO Box 9848 Canberra ACT 2601 Australia www.odc.gov.au


‼ ATTENTION ‼

   Let's talk about drug testing.        Hempworx have a FULL SPECTRUM CBD OIL  and there  "IS"  trace amounts of "THC" in it.  (This is why our product is so effective.)

   We are WELL under the legal limit of .3%. We are under .03%.         Most tests will show "NEGATIVE" but depending on how sophisticated the test is -
                                                                                                                                                                           it could show up "POSITIVE" for trace amounts of  "THC".


   Most employers are OK with CBD, but some are not. I also want to point out that legally -
     when anyone buys our product they are acknowledging that this has been disclosed.

   We make everyone check the box saying they are aware of this.

   The truth is - everyone metabolises it differently and not all tests are created equal.

   PS: We may have a CBD only / THC free product in the future so stay tuned on that.